The Performance Marketing Association’s mission is to advance and protect responsible performance marketing. One of our main goals is to advocate on behalf of the businesses that comprise the performance marketing industry and we’ve vigorously done so, since 2008.
As 2014 is shaping up to be an interesting year for performance marketing with Do-Not-Track, Consumer Privacy and FTC Compliance legislation on the table along with additional Internet sales tax reform legislation, the PMA will be working diligently to provide leadership and guidance to protect against the unconstitutional laws that threaten our industry.
To that end, we want to keep you updated on the Federal and State legislative activity concerning Internet sales tax (both passed and proposed), so that you can be aware of how it may impact your business.
Internet Sales Tax Reform Around the United States
- Please click on the YELLOW states below to review the state’s respective law/statute.
- GREEN states indicate a bill, or bills that were ruled invalid through the court process.
- RED states indicate a bill that is introduced and being considered by state legislature.
This information is not tax or legal advice, it does not necessarily represent the PMA’s position(s). It is provided as a courtesy for your convenience. The PMA shall not be responsible for the accuracy of such information, especially considering a portion of the information may be provided by third parties. We therefore disclaim all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on such information. You should consult with your own legal and tax advisors before taking or refraining from taking any actions.